In the short history of the Eye on the Paranormal broadcast, host Kirby Robinson has already brought into question the credibly of some well-known psychic mediums like Theresa Caputo and Sylvia Browne, as well as TV ministers like Jim Bakker and Cindy Jacobs. He has also shown the fakery of the Paranormal Research Society and the exorcist Andrew Calder.
This week, Kirby promises to take you where few, if any, radio programs have ever gone, shining the spotlight on what most consider the most compelling cases of demonic activity and ghost haunting in recent history.
The Amityville Horror/Haunting.
In 1976, the world was gripped by the news coming out of Amityville, New York as the Lutz family fled from their home after living there for 28 days. They’d become victims of such severe demonic attacks the whole story could not be told. Noted ghost hunters and demon chasers Ed and Lorraine Warren became part of the story. Due to the popularity of The Exorcist, the public couldn’t get enough. The legend grew as countless movies and books came out. But the truth was buried and the lies were told to cover up the fact that nothing paranormal happened in the house.
The Haunting in Connecticut.
This case focuses on demonic activity taking place in a house that had formerly been a funeral parlor. It was surmised that workers took part in necrophilia (sex with dead people) and necromancy (raising the dead). When the parlor went out of business, the spirits of the dead stayed along with a host of demons.
In the 1980s, the Snedekers moved into the home so Carmen, the mother, could take her cancer stricken son to a nearby hospital for daily treatment. Almost as soon as the family moved in the haunting began. Ed and Lorraine Warren along with John Zaffis were called in to investigate the case. It was brought to a close once an exorcism was performed.
Unlike the Amityville case, this one had the benefit of the internet and the growing interest in the paranormal to help build up lots of smoke. The books and a successful movie stoked the fires but has the truth ever been told? Have independent researchers ever had a chance to look at the evidence?
The Case Behind The Conjuring.
Not since The Exorcist has a horror film that had any ties to a real case (outside of maybe the Texas Chainsaw Massacre) captured the attention of America. The Perron family moved into an historic home in rural Rhode Island, enduring 10 years of haunting by dark spirits.
Ed and Lorraine Warren once again play a part in it.
How legit are the case notes? Are the Warrens even legit?
Over the course of the program, Kirby will share his studies on these cases. This is information that the supporters of these hoaxes DON’T want you to know.
Tune in, learn the truth, and make up your own mind.
As a weekly feature, Kirby will also share some book reviews and recommendations, as well as his infamous “BAD BAD Thing Awards.”
A Christian paranormal investigator, demonologist and exorcist, Kirby manages and writes at the Eye on the Paranormal blog where a wealth of articles about the paranormal have been published for the past five years. His program on the God Discussion network airs weekly.
Show Time: Wednesday night, August 28, 2013, 7 Pacific / 8 Mountain / 9 Central / 10 Eastern (Additional time conversions at the World Time Server).
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